Cobie Smulders has a thing for friend groups. At least, that’s what you could surmise from watching nine seasons of How I Met Your Mother and the first season of her new show Friends From College. Where the gang on HIMYM seemed to need each other to make it through the day, Smulders’s recent TV companions seem to regress into their 21-year-old selves when they’re all in the same room.
Nut and seed butters probably make up about 30 percent of my diet on some days. I realize that’s perhaps not the most nutritious choice, but I don’t care one bit.
If on the first day of Christmas my true love actually gave to me a partridge in a pear tree, I’d be like “Wow, thanks for the pet care and gardening responsibilities.” What I’d be more grateful to receive—and if this is my true “true love” we’re talking about here, they’d know this already—is cheese.
McDonald’s and Burger King have always been bitter rivals in the cutthroat world of fast food. The ubiquity of social media has seen a bunch of try-hard brands (looking at you, Wendy’s) taking shots at their burger rivals to score earned media impressions. But with a new ordering app at their disposal, Burger King is taking their beef into the real world—and giving trolls a chance to score some cheap eats in the process.
In the world of Eastern European cookery, especially those items that are a part of the Jewish food culture, breads are front and center. Breads are a deep part of the religious practice (the unleavened Passover matzo of biblical renown and weekly sabbath challah) but they are also a big part of the more cultural dining practices.